Twelve gymnasts named to Team BC for the Western Canada Summer Games

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Twelve B.C. artistic gymnasts from nine clubs have qualified for the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games. Team BC will compete at the Games in Wood Buffalo, Alberta this August. The athletes were named to the team following trials in Kelowna earlier this month.

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Western Canada Cup wraps up in Port Moody

Team BC at the 2015 Western Canada CupCompetition at the 2015 Western Canada Cup in Port Moody wrapped up over the weekend. Over 255 athletes representing either their provincial team or home club competed in the three-day event. Western Canada Cup champions were determined in trampoline, double-mini, tumbling, synchronized trampoline, all-around and team.

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We're Hiring! Accepting resumes for two positions

Communications & Marketing Manager and Gymnastics For All Manager

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June Booth named Gymnastics Canada Life Member


Gymnastics BC member June Booth is one of Gymnastics Canada 2015 National Award Winners. June and the other recipients will be honoured at the Gymnastics Canada 2015 Achievement Gala on Saturday, June 20 in conjunction with the 2015 Gymnastics Canada AGM.

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Canada's artistic and rhythmic teams announced for Pan Am Games


Scott Morgan (Flicka) and Zachary Clay (Twisters) have been named members of Canada's men's artistic gymnastics team for the TORONTO 2015 Pan American Games. The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and Gymnastics Canada made the announcment today for artistic and rhythmic gymnastics for the games taking place July 10 to 26.

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Nominate someone you know for GymBC's annual awards

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Nominations are now open for Gymnastics BC's 2015 Annual Awards. These awards honour clubs, leaders, volunteers, coaches, athletes and judges for their contributions and achievements in gymnastics in B.C.

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Team BC wins 20 medals at Canadians

Competition at the 2015 Canadian Gymnastics Championships in Gatineau, Alberta wrapped up over the weekend. Team BC won 20 medals during the event with 8 of them gold!

Darren Wong (Vancouver Phoenix) won the novice men's title and then added five apparatus medals, two of them gold. Other multiple medalists were Chris Kaji (Richmond) with three junior men's medals, Ashlynn Skulstad (Twisters) and Angel Zhong (Langley) who each won two national open medals.

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